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February Archive


  • Students react positively to new web design.

    Ta-daaaah!
    February 22, 2015

    It’s fat-free, gluten-free and will erase that stubborn stain on your favorite jeans. Well, maybe not, but it is new and improved and designed to better meet our students’ needs. Notice the navigation above that big photo....
  • Alexis Railsback prepares for Miss USA pageant, reflects on her past (and future) at JCCC

    Miss Kansas USA
    February 22, 2015

    Alexis Railsback was taking classes at Johnson County Community College, working a part-time job, fitting in workouts (and working out fittings), all in hopes of becoming Miss Kansas USA for 2015. That dream became reality in November 2014 when...
  • Photo of Benjamin and Caleb Newton

    Twin entrepreneurs
    February 22, 2015

    If you’re going to be driving through Parsons, Kansas, in the year 2020, be sure to stop in to Benjamin and Caleb Newton’s renowned bakery and coffee shop. It isn’t there yet. But thanks to the entrepreneurship degree...
  • U.S. Representative Kevin Yoder speaks to student veterans at JCCC.

    Curbing veteran suicide rates
    February 22, 2015

    During a recent roundtable meeting at Johnson County Community College to discuss veteran suicides, Chris Stout told U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder the biggest problem associated with vets who kill themselves. “You don’t bring your...
  • Press Release

    W. Basketball - Brown back on track
    February 13, 2015 | Tyler Cundith

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – A few weeks ago, Alexis Brown was making just about everything she fired at the rim, and was named conference player of week. Since then, her accuracy has been off slightly, but she got back on track Wednesday night...
  • Press Release

    M. Basketball – Cavaliers snap six-game skid
    January 01, 2014 | Tyler Cundith

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – The Johnson County Community College men’s basketball team celebrated sophomore day with a 61-59 win over Highland Community College on Saturday afternoon at JCCC Gymnasium. The victory snapped a...